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March 15, 2018, 09:42:46 PM
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I believe he utterly destroyed that property.

He blew the fuses with mining equipment, burned holes in carpeting, ruined a freshwater pool with chlorine and other stupid Homero tricks.

And that's just off the top of my head, lol.

it was a saltwater pool he wrecked with chlorine iirc.

i read through the damage, there was a document floating around the thread some time back. wrecked it by rewiring stuff and punching holes for cameras, painting stuff, wrecked some floors etc.

what an idiot.

Saltwater, right, LMFAO.

Beyond idiotic.
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March 16, 2018, 01:32:37 AM
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wrecked some floors

Twenty dollar floors

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March 16, 2018, 02:11:00 AM
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wrecked some floors

Twenty dollar floors

Got that idea from the million-dollar floors he ruined, but promised the landlord they would always be worth at least $20.
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March 17, 2018, 12:22:05 AM
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wrecked some floors

Twenty dollar floors

Got that idea from the million-dollar floors he ruined, but promised the landlord they would always be worth at least $20.

I remember the $20 flour...

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March 17, 2018, 11:29:13 PM
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From the news:

Indicted Michael Flynn who pleaded guilty about his conversations w/ Russians is in CA tonight campaigning for convicted Omar Navarro on probation for putting a tracking device on his wife's car.  Apparently, the two will spend a lot of time together discussing their crimes.

So that's another crime Homero committed...
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March 18, 2018, 12:03:09 AM
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From the news:

Indicted Michael Flynn who pleaded guilty about his conversations w/ Russians is in CA tonight campaigning for convicted Omar Navarro on probation for putting a tracking device on his wife's car.  Apparently, the two will spend a lot of time together discussing their crimes.

So that's another crime Homero committed...

musta missed something on this.. ELI5 ?
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March 18, 2018, 06:28:32 AM
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Yeah, it was leaked that Homero had a tracker on his wife's car....paranoid cheater..... made it easier for him to sneak around, I guess.
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March 18, 2018, 05:16:37 PM
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Garza colluded with Cryptsy.

Gave them one of those hyper-staking, coin-hosing Paycorn "prime controllers."

Let's impeach him!

I am a bit out of the loop on this, read the first two thousand or so pages around a year ago.

I had a class action lawsuit email for Cryptsy as I was affected, but I never received one for my GAW and my Scrypt hosted miners where I controlled the pool, to a "100% uptime" miner that I couldn't control the pool for, to a hashlet, to thin air.
What should I be doing?

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 I never received one for my GAW and my Scrypt hosted miners where I controlled the pool, to a "100% uptime" miner that I couldn't control the pool for, to a hashlet, to thin air.
What should I be doing?

Well I suppose you could always post here...you know ... stuff like
"HEY HOMERO , GIMME MY FRAKKING MONEY BACK YOU SCAMMING BASTARD!!"
or some facsimile thereof...
It will do fuck-all as far as getting your money back,
but I would opine it's always good therapy for one to rant and blow off
a little of one's steam once in awhile here on Bitcointalk with one's Sunday morning coffee or whatever....

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March 19, 2018, 02:51:41 AM
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Garza colluded with Cryptsy.

Gave them one of those hyper-staking, coin-hosing Paycorn "prime controllers."

Let's impeach him!

I am a bit out of the loop on this, read the first two thousand or so pages around a year ago.

I had a class action lawsuit email for Cryptsy as I was affected, but I never received one for my GAW and my Scrypt hosted miners where I controlled the pool, to a "100% uptime" miner that I couldn't control the pool for, to a hashlet, to thin air.
What should I be doing?

Contact Allen Shinners, Lead Plaintiff of the GAWsuit civil suit that was originally filed against Homero & Uncle Stu, but is now only against Stuart Fraser.

In exchange for a nice victim impact statement from you, perhaps they could cut you in to any damages collected, but hurry:

gaw.lawsuit.allen1980s@gmail.com   
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March 20, 2018, 10:40:19 AM
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Garza colluded with Cryptsy.

Gave them one of those hyper-staking, coin-hosing Paycorn "prime controllers."

Let's impeach him!

I am a bit out of the loop on this, read the first two thousand or so pages around a year ago.

I had a class action lawsuit email for Cryptsy as I was affected, but I never received one for my GAW and my Scrypt hosted miners where I controlled the pool, to a "100% uptime" miner that I couldn't control the pool for, to a hashlet, to thin air.
What should I be doing?

Contact Allen Shinners, Lead Plaintiff of the GAWsuit civil suit that was originally filed against Homero & Uncle Stu, but is now only against Stuart Fraser.

In exchange for a nice victim impact statement from you, perhaps they could cut you in to any damages collected, but hurry:

gaw.lawsuit.allen1980s@gmail.com   
Funny thing about shinners is homeros emails show he was trying to join their team. he may not have known of the scamery josh was involved in but amusing he wasnt smart enough at the start at how unrealistic it was. from memory he even demanded a big pay rate. whilst he is in the gawsuit now he’s still a scumbag and outside this i wouldnt trust shinners as far as i could throw him. had he of had his offer taken up by garza he’d be one of the ones being sued now. i think people should remember that. allen shinners isnt a shining beacon of ethics like some believe. i suspect hes in the gawsuit and leading it because he lost a bunch and has a guilty conscience.
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March 20, 2018, 10:20:16 PM
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Garza colluded with Cryptsy.

Gave them one of those hyper-staking, coin-hosing Paycorn "prime controllers."

Let's impeach him!

I am a bit out of the loop on this, read the first two thousand or so pages around a year ago.

I had a class action lawsuit email for Cryptsy as I was affected, but I never received one for my GAW and my Scrypt hosted miners where I controlled the pool, to a "100% uptime" miner that I couldn't control the pool for, to a hashlet, to thin air.
What should I be doing?

Contact Allen Shinners, Lead Plaintiff of the GAWsuit civil suit that was originally filed against Homero & Uncle Stu, but is now only against Stuart Fraser.

In exchange for a nice victim impact statement from you, perhaps they could cut you in to any damages collected, but hurry:

gaw.lawsuit.allen1980s@gmail.com   
Funny thing about shinners is homeros emails show he was trying to join their team. he may not have known of the scamery josh was involved in but amusing he wasnt smart enough at the start at how unrealistic it was. from memory he even demanded a big pay rate. whilst he is in the gawsuit now he’s still a scumbag and outside this i wouldnt trust shinners as far as i could throw him. had he of had his offer taken up by garza he’d be one of the ones being sued now. i think people should remember that. allen shinners isnt a shining beacon of ethics like some believe. i suspect hes in the gawsuit and leading it because he lost a bunch and has a guilty conscience.

What this guy says!!!!!!!
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March 22, 2018, 02:53:21 AM
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 I seriously wonder what is taking so long?  Usually a reschedule is like a month or so in the future.  I wonder what is really going on?  Has anyone called or heard what might be the next court date or what is going on?
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March 22, 2018, 03:33:21 AM
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I seriously wonder what is taking so long?  Usually a reschedule is like a month or so in the future.  I wonder what is really going on?  Has anyone called or heard what might be the next court date or what is going on?

Let's say you're a judge who loves having your balls cupped. The accused standing before you is a renown ballcupper. How many rescheduled court dates would you reward said accused?
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March 22, 2018, 03:50:19 AM
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I seriously wonder what is taking so long?  Usually a reschedule is like a month or so in the future.  I wonder what is really going on?  Has anyone called or heard what might be the next court date or what is going on?

Let's say you're a judge who loves having your balls cupped. The accused standing before you is a renown ballcupper. How many rescheduled court dates would you reward said accused?
I think its more like the ballcupper paid the attorney that cups the judge's balls.  For the right amount of money you get whatever you need in court I think.  They are probably too busy cupping and washing each other's balls on the golf course to think about Homero.
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March 22, 2018, 12:44:46 PM
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They are probably using Mayan calendar to set the date.
Who knows, but it seems ludicrous that nothing is coming out for 3 month already.

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March 22, 2018, 04:02:03 PM
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I seriously wonder what is taking so long?  Usually a reschedule is like a month or so in the future.  I wonder what is really going on?  Has anyone called or heard what might be the next court date or what is going on?

Let's say you're a judge who loves having your balls cupped. The accused standing before you is a renown ballcupper. How many rescheduled court dates would you reward said accused?

judge..."counselor, please approach the bench"
(whispers) "I hear your client is a renown ball cupper!"
lawyer..."um, well that depends..."
judge...  "I can delay sentencing ... btw, my balls are in dire need of cupping!"...
lawyer... "hmmm.. let me talk to my client...."

(10 minutes later)

judge..."sentencing date has been rescheduled, court is adjourned!"
(bangs gavel)

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March 23, 2018, 03:22:45 PM
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I seriously wonder what is taking so long?  Usually a reschedule is like a month or so in the future.  I wonder what is really going on?  Has anyone called or heard what might be the next court date or what is going on?

Let's say you're a judge who loves having your balls cupped. The accused standing before you is a renown ballcupper. How many rescheduled court dates would you reward said accused?
I think its more like the ballcupper paid the attorney that cups the judge's balls.  For the right amount of money you get whatever you need in court I think.  They are probably too busy cupping and washing each other's balls on the golf course to think about Homero.


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March 24, 2018, 10:50:14 PM
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Would they delay his sentencing because he is cooperating in a larger investigation against Stuart Fraser? And if he cooperates he has a deal to not only get his sentencing delayed but also the numbers of years in prison taken down? Seems like the most rational reason for such a big delay. It really is quite the anomaly.

I bet he has a lot of incriminating documents and conversations against Stuart to be honest.
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March 25, 2018, 03:20:46 PM
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Would they delay his sentencing because he is cooperating in a larger investigation against Stuart Fraser? And if he cooperates he has a deal to not only get his sentencing delayed but also the numbers of years in prison taken down? Seems like the most rational reason for such a big delay. It really is quite the anomaly.

I bet he has a lot of incriminating documents and conversations against Stuart to be honest.


I'll go out on a limb here and say that's probably a more realistic/plausible theory than the ball cupping scenario...

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